papageno wrote: the only explanation for this behavior that i could recon, was that he is passive aggressively trying to get me off 'his' flats.
Seaductor wrote:Shoot your one and go home!! Glad I've gotten over the salty black duck scene!!
Of course if you can only get out a few days each season, you have to go. I' m spoiled being retired and able to pick my days. I went out close to 50 times between Sept 2nd and when we got froze out 10 days ago.
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Fatback wrote:Cool post and its crazy how similar the "salty" scene is to ours in New Brunswick. Diggers here are an unpredictable lot... Some being salt of the earth hard working people , others being junkies looking at filling some pails to get their next fix... I'd use caution when in a pissing match with one.
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Hutch25 wrote:Now now boys... there are people that have been on both sides of the hoe here.
Seaductor- you almost have the order right... but it is more like this: Offshore fishing then inshore fishing...then a LONG ways away, diggers- of which (I think we can all agree) Sandworm diggers are top, then clammers, then the dregs- bloodwormers...then, alewive netters, and last----weed pickers.
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